Straight back to the Curzon Bloomsbury (we’re going to have to join this darned thing) to see Peggy Guggenheim: Art Critic – IMDb will describe it better than I could.
Word seems to have got out that it was easy to navigate London yesterday afternoon – far more traffic this afternoon. Still, free holiday parking and that Bloomsbury neighbourhood is quiet, quiet, quiet.
Fascinating film, especially as Janie loves those 20th Century art movements and several of her clients move(d) in those circles. So lots to talk about afterwards.
I liked the stuff about Peggy’s eccentricities and her “rich but bonkers” family as much, if not more, than the trail of great artists which she (in her inimitable styles) patronised.
What an exceptional, yet strange movie this is. We both loved it. You can read all about it on IMDb – you don’t need me for that.
We also really liked the Curzon Bloomsbury this time. Last time we went to that place, it was still the Renoir and looked a little sad. Curzon have given it quite a makeover, so Daisy’s slight reluctance turned to joy.
Not that we had a choice of venue for this movie. This Christmas season, most of the art house movie theatres we like are trying to cash in on Star Wars. So our habit of catching up on limited release movies over Christmas is somewhat impeded this year.
Still, we hope to see one or two other limited release movies over the season, not least at the Curzon Bloomsbury which now has a lot of, mostly quite small, screening rooms, ideal for those “less-glam movies” we tend to like.